North Americans throw away more than 30 million tons of plastic every year and less than 12% is collected for recycling - most ends up in landfills. This linear approach to plastics isn't working. Chemical recycling is emerging as a key technology area that can close the loop and create value from recycled plastics.

Three companies will be sharing an overview of their approach to chemical recycling and how their technologies fit within the Circular economy.

Green Mantra uses a thermo-catalytic process to produce waxes and polymer additives, Purecycle uses a de-contamination / de-odorisation process to produce ultra pure recycled polypropylene and Pyrowave uses catalytic microwave depolymerization to create waxes and monomers.

Wednesday, May 22, 2019
10:00am - 11:00am Pacific
1:00pm - 2:00pm Eastern

PAC Members: FREE
Non Members: $49 CAD / $40 US

Canadian Funds
US Funds

This webinar will be recorded. All registrants will receive the recording link following the webinar.


Alan Blake
Director of PAC NEXT US & PAC FOOD
PAC Packaging Consortium

John Layman
Chief Technologist, Purecycle Technologies
Corporate R&D Section Head, P&G

Ryan L'Abbe
Vice President of Operations
GreenMantra Technologies
Domenic DiMondo
VP Technology & Business Development Chemist
GreenMantra Technologies
Jocelyn Doucet
Pyrowave Inc.
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